In the past few decades, the non-state actors' presence and influence in world politics have been acknowledged. However, there seems to be a lack of engagement with transnational dynamics in the area of foreign policy studies. State-centric accounts that still seem to have a dominant position in analyses of interstate relations are not the only way in which foreign policy should be approached.
The aim of this network is to provide researchers with information about publications and congresses regarding the mediterranean area in modern and contemporary history. We strive to be a collaborative space for researchers coming from different research fields. Instead of only promoting discussions about each single country, or only discussing the concept of mediterranean history, the aim is to facilitate circulation and confrontation of ideas, methods, and theories.
II International Conference on 'African Urban Planning'
CALL for PAPERS
The University of Manchester and Whitworth Art Gallery (2015 Museum of the Year), Manchester
Dates: May 19 and 20, 2017
Deadline: The deadline for this event has already passed, however we are still in a possition to consider some more submissions regarding Southern Europe (Portugal, Spain, Italy, Greece, etc.). Please aim to send your proposal before January 20th.
The Aga Khan Documentation Center at MIT is seeking presenters for a session at the BRISMES Annual Conference, 5-7 July 2017, at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
Chronicles and Curation: Documenting cultural transitions in the wider Middle East